About: Rodolfo Ambriz
Rodolfo Ambriz, PMP, is a Microsoft Project expert and runs Latin American operations for International Institute for Learning (IIL). Ambriz has provided services to a wide range of clients, including Banamex/Citigroup, PEMEX, Hewlett Packard, TELMEX, and IBM/Tecnosys. He consults in the areas of business analysis and Microsoft Office Enterprise Project Management, and has created customized courses in Spanish for clients in Mexico, Latin America, and Spain. Ambriz is also a tenured professor in the engineering department of La Salle University, in Mexico City.
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Written on March 22, 2010, by Rodolfo Ambriz
Here are three rules we urge you to memorize and follow when you enter or change assignments. If you do, Project 2007 will become your obedient servant. If you don’t, Project 2007 will inevitably recalculate values that you don’t want changed. You can even end up in an endless loop, where you change a value,…
Written on February 3, 2009, by Rodolfo Ambriz
Before you enter tasks in Project 2007, you need to decide what your project tasks are. The starting point for this is to develop a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS). We strongly suggest that you start by creating a WBS and use that as the basis for creating your schedule. According to PMI, a Work Breakdown…